Mariannik oakwood

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An annual fairly tall herbaceous plant with a thin, easily pulled out root. Flowers in a loose unilateral raceme, each flower is provided with a pre-colored leaf, painted in a bright purple color, more intense at the top; corolla two-lipped, yellow, with a reddish tube.

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Grows in forest pastures, bushes, hills, forms thickets. Blooms all summer.

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The grass and seeds contain aukubin glycoside, dul-cid and alkaloids.

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In folk medicine, a water decoction of the herb is drunk for diseases of the heart, stomach; baths for rheumatism; bathe babies with diathesis, eczema, skin tuberculosis.

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Application

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Infusion: 3 tbsp. spoons of maryannik insist 2 hours in 1 liter of boiling water, filter and use as an external remedy for local baths and washings for skin diseases.

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